Homesecure founder says brand will continue to grow after €25m sale
The Dublin-based alarm and monitoring business was bought by the Norwegian owner of rival Phonewatch
Homesecure, the Irish home alarm monitoring company, will continue to operate under its own brand after its sale for €25 million to the company which owns Phonewatch.
Colm Daly, who founded Homesecure in 2014, finalised the sale last week with Sector Alarm, a Norwegian company which operates across Europe and bought the Eircom Phonewatch brand in Ireland in 2013.
The Dublin-based business provides 24-hour protection for the family home, including security and medical monitoring. For example, if...
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